Join us at the 2013 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards
This annual event recognizes and honors the contributions of nonprofit financial executives who demonstrate a vision for operational excellence, innovation in finance and management, and exceptional leadership and commitment to improving accountability and financial reporting. This year’s event will also feature emcee Alison Starling, news anchor for ABC7/WJLA-TV and keynote speaker Joe Louis Barrow Jr., chief executive officer at The First Tee.
Featuring our Emcee & keynote speaker
Joe Louis Barrow Jr.
The First Tee
Forrest M. Cason
John P. Lozito
Each year the CFO Awards recognize the often unsung leadership role CFOs have in the important works nonprofits do, working generally behind the scene as a key supporter of the executive director, to keep the organization moving forward.
- 2013 Nonprofit CFO of Year: Marvin Irby, Chief Administrative & Financial Officer, National Restaurant Association - awarded to an outstanding CFO, currently making a vital contribution to the leadership of a well-recognized nonprofit, as right hand of the executive director and mentor of the team - someone who has impact on the performance of the whole organization and whose stature enables them to serve as an example of all that is best in the nonprofit world.
- 2013 Nonprofit CFO Rising Star: John P. Lozito, Director of Finance, Academy of Management - awarded to an outstanding CFO of a nonprofit 40 or under who has come to play a major leadership role, supporting the executive director, with significant initiatives in the development of their nonprofit.
- 2013 Nonprofit CFO Transformational Leader- National Organization: Samantha Barbee, CFO and VP Finance, Administration & IT, International Youth Foundation - awarded to an outstanding CFO of a nonprofit who has played a major role in the transformation of the operations of their nonprofit- not only in the financial department but also in broader operational areas, such as pioneering a significant major program, developing and implementing a technological breakthrough, or engineering a reorganization or merger.
- 2013 Nonprofit CFO Transformational Leader- State Organization: Forrest M. Cason, CFO, Mental Health Center of Denver - awarded to an outstanding CFO of a nonprofit who has played a major role in the transformation of the operations of their nonprofit- not only in the financial department but also in broader operational areas, such as pioneering a significant major program, developing and implementing a technological breakthrough, or engineering a reorganization or merger.
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